- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Villaggio Paraty
Wonderful oasis! Lovely spacious, clean rooms, amazing breakfast, helpful staff and the bonus of a small pool too.
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... bus after paying. They drive around bends like they are rushing a pregnant woman to hospital and overtaking cars is standard. We were pretty shook from the night before so we only stayed a few hours. Enough time to observe the popularity of tattoos and the infamous Brazilian bikini. Fortunately or unfortunately, it is not a thing of legend! After the beach we stopped off to take a look at Paraty in daylight. It is stunning. We met half of the crew from the early house ...
... four narrow streets coming off which were also packed with people. The whole atmosphere of several hundred people dancing and singing in the heat of the night gave us an experience that will stay with us forever.
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... where my feet are and taking in the expressions on their faces as they talk. I hardly comprehended a word. I feel as though I'm inside a foreign film without the subtitles. A foreign film, a foreign family, paradise and way of life I'm not a part of. After a time I say goodbye. Goodbye to Ms Elizabeth, the owner of the third best pizza place in the world which she tells me is just around the corner on the beach (I need to stop believing everyone so literally but she ...
... in the accommodation package (all food is included for 2 days - no cooking - yippee) we went on a safari drive though the Pantanal wetlands. Later that evening we took a night safari. It was mighty difficult not to compare the African safaris with those here. Most people fell asleep but were awoken to the sight of the endangered Giant Anteater. A strange looking fellow with a long snout for digging in termite mounds and Labrador-like tall for hiding during the day. 5-6 thousand ...
... us about geting mugged there!
Paraty comes at the end of the old īGold Trailī which the Potugese used to transport all their colonial plunder down, ready to be shipped back to Europe. At least, it was until they worked out a much faster route, so for tour-os like us the town has the twin blessings of a) having had a lot of 16th century money flow in to put up beautiful buildings, and then b) not very ...